Ever since 2015, Einer Bankz has been strumming along on four strings while convincing some of the biggest emcees and singers in North America to collaborate with him in social media posts of acoustic melodies that all go wildly viral. Only a handful of years into his career, Einer’s already worked with hundreds of artists, sometimes meeting them at some truly random locations like 7-Elevens, trap houses, and public parks – but no matter where he is, he always manages to record some of the most memorable performances you’ve ever seen. It’s probably the last place this native of San Francisco thought he’d wind up in his career, but it’s kind of hard to know for sure, what with how cagey he likes to be about his past. Over the years, Einer has given very few interviews and likes to keep his come-up something of a secret. But today, I’ve dug deep into his past to tell you all about how he came to be one of the world’s most famous Ukulele producers – if not the world’s only.